When addressing a mailing or package to an individual "in care of" another party, you must follow a specific format. That format includes the name of the individual, the name of the owner of the place that is receiving the mail and the address.Continue Reading
Enter the name of the person to whom you are sending the package on the top line.
If you are mailing a package to John Doe at the address of Jane Doe, you would write: John Doe C/O Jane Doe
The remainder of the address should be written in the usual format, including house number, apartment number, street name, city, state, postal or zip code, and country, if needed.
A balikbayan box, which means care package in Tagalog or Filipino, sent through Forex Cargo is dropped off or picked up depending on the location of the sender. The sender first packs the balikbayan box, and then by appointment, it is picked up by a Forex truck.Full Answer >
Due to security concerns, the Federal Bureau of Prisons, as well as the corrections departments in most states, no longer allows individuals to send packages directly to prisoners, and it requires the use of third-party care package companies. Through these companies, a person purchases one of a number of different pre-made care packages, which the service then delivers to the prisoner at specified times.Full Answer >
The symbol for "in care of" is "c/o." It is used when mailing a letter or package to someone at the address of another person. It is also sometimes used to send the mail to someone at a business address.Full Answer >
USPS locations offer mailbox rental, purchase of money orders, and letter and package mailing, with passport registration and renewal available at select locations. USPS personnel and self-service Automated Postal Center, or APC, machines assist customers with basic mailing services.Full Answer >